The remarks I receive daily are usually down to the amount of small children I have, actually three is not a big number. It’s just very slightly over the national average of 2.5 children, whatever that means, its not even a real number of human-beings!
I never thought I would be hit by depression - it was just not on my radar. I had never really even heard of postnatal depression before. So when I suffered quite nastily with it, it was a complete shock.
Even from a young age I always knew I was going to set up my own business; it was just a case of timing and taking the plunge. It took quite a lot of courage to bite the bullet and just do it but, you know what, life is so short and I don’t want to look back and have regrets that I did not at least try.
I remember when I was living in London I thought that I would never leave the city and move to the country; I will never be that person, how life changes hey! When I met my husband Nick at work, things happened so fast, when I say fast, I mean fast!
I remember the feeling well when I looked down at my pee stick, which said, in big blue letters ‘PREGNANT’ it was an initial feeling of over whelming joy, but at the same time the wave of fear hit me. What does this mean for my life now?